City Kitties would like to offer our heartfelt condolences to Windermere Court residents, and our thanks to the firefighters who heroically saved 5 cats from the building the day after the fire. We will continue offering resources and pet supplies to any fire victims who need them. If you are a victim of the fire and need help with pet-related costs, services, or supplies, or if you’d like to make a donation towards pets rescued from the building, click here. For updates about the cats found in/around the building since the fire, please see our Windermere blog updates here.
City Kitties has two cats who were rescued by firefighters but not claimed by their owners. They are a black and white tuxedo female adult, and a brown tabby adult male with white paws/chest wearing a green collar with a bell. If these are your cats, or you know whose they might be, contact us immediately at info (at) citykitties (dot) org. As of 2/10/11, these cats have been placed up for adoption because their owners have not been located.
Please understand that there are countless stray cats in West Philadelphia, and many cats look alike. City Kitties asks that you investigate a potential Windermere kitty sighting to the best of your ability (and take photos if possible) before contacting us.
Deuce, an adult light orange male tabby. He has 3 or so orange stripes on his tail and has orange lines from the corner of his eyes to the back of his head. Cat is neutered and very friendly. If you see a cat matching this description, please contact City Kitties immediately.
Domino, white adult female with black spots. If you see a cat matching this description, please contact City Kitties immediately. Domino lived on the 4th floor of the building.
4 Kitties, two male solid black adults (answer to Nef and Roc), one female solid black adult (Ony), and one female tabby kitten (~6 months old) with white paws/belly (Slyvie). If you see a cat matching this description, please contact City Kitties immediately. These cats lived on the 4th floor of the building.